2nd Street Storefronts, Macon

The 300th block of 2nd Street is quite colorful. The blue building on the right has Vitrolite panels on the lower floor. This was most commonly found on jewelry stores and theatres in the mid-20th century, though I don’t know what this building housed.

In this same block is the restaurant, Tzango at Laniers, which has great windows honoring the poet (and flautist) Sidney Lanier, who practiced law in this structure with his father Robert S. Lanier and his uncle Clifford Anderson, from 1868-1872.

Macon Historic District, National Register of Historic Places


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